Harvard Law Unveils Monument to Donor’s Slaves

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Harvard Law School opened is doors to aspiring lawyers 200 years ago, thanks in part to the largesse of Isaac Royall Jr. The early law school donor owned a Caribbean sugar plantation, a string of Massachusetts farms—and slaves.

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